This paper deals with Anabaptist burial places, particularly in eastern France, in contrast to most earlier studies it approaches burial places from the narrow perspective of their spatial organization. It seeks, fret, to show that the proxemic approach to perceptible features of spatial organization can reveal a number of imperceptible principles obtaining in the Anabaptist world. It seeks, second, to show that minor readjustments in the religious orientation of certain branches of Anabaptism are reflected in the spatial organization of burial places.